Rabbit grazing leads to the spread of weeds
Rabbit grazing leads to the spread of weeds

Rabbit Control Plan 2019

This engagement is open

Date: Friday, 16 August 2019 to Monday, 16 September 2019

Rabbits are an introduced pest to Australia and are declared as “established pest animals” under the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994. Every landowner, including the City, is responsible for the control of rabbits on their land.

To successfully control rabbits on a landscape scale we need a long-term plan with an integrated management approach and coordinated effort with the community.

If you would like to learn more about the Rabbit Control Plan or if you would like to contribute please attend one of the consultation sessions listed below or complete the survey.

Open houses

29 August, 2019 10am to 12 noon (Leopold Community Hub)

30 August, 2019 12 noon to 2pm (Lara Community Centre)

31 August, 2019 10am to 12 noon (National Wool Museum)

To register or for more details, please click on venue below:

Geelong

Lara

Leopold

Printed copies of the survey will be available at our customer service centres and at the consultation sessions.


Have your say


Take the survey

Other ways to participate:

Attend one of the open houses.